Interaction Design programme blends technical know-how, interdisciplinary research and a creative artistic-scientific approach to enable the development of creative interfaces that generate progressive and innovative applications for media design, media research, media art, and communication.
It explores new roles, contexts and approaches for interaction design and trains students to research, analyse, prototype, and design concepts in business, social, and cultural contexts within existing and emerging technologies.
The first year foundational courses offer an intellectual framework within which students can begin to establish a coherent relationship between theory and practice. Course specific projects are designed to expose students to different roles, contexts and approaches in relation to design and technology.
Course specific projects are designed to expose students to different roles, contexts and approaches in relation to design and technology.
History of Design
Introduction to Interaction Design
Sketching Design Ideas & Creating Concepts
Introduction to Programming for Designers I
Introduction to Programming for Designers II
Leadership & Group Dynamics
Design as a Job
English for the Industry
In the second year, students are expected to become progressively independent and will learn not only the practical application of different types of interaction design methods, but also how design impacts people, environments, businesses and organisations. The courses offered in the second year aim to give the students a deeper understanding of how to approach problem solving through design.
Introduction to User Experience Design
Designing Interactive Layouts
Interactive Art Direction
Creating And Applying Brand Guidelines
Photography And Photo Manipulation
Introduction to 3d
Introduction to Motion Graphics
Introduction to Audio & Video
Creating and Applying Interactivity
During the third year emphasis is placed exploring different design approaches, contexts and roles in relation to emerging technologies. Students will also have the ability to work closely with students across different majors within Harbour.Space and gain a deeper understanding of the correlation between design and technology. Lectures and courses in the third year will prepare the students for a practical career in design.
Working with Data
Designing for Mobile
Selling & Presenting Design
Business, Entrepreneurship & Self Promotion
Patent Law & Strategy
Seminars & Workshops
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